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Why Should Part Hardening and Tempering Process Use Induction Heating Technology?

To adapt to the working circumstances, items in the industry typically need to be heat-treated. The microstructure, hardness, tensile strength, and yield strength of the component parts are significantly improved after heat treatment. Heat treatment is therefore a crucial step in the manufacturing of parts.

Heat treatment, which is applied to the manufacturing process according to the demands of various working conditions, can comprise hardening, tempering, annealing, normalising, etc. What equipment can be utilised for the hardening and tempering processes will be discussed below. Induction heating technology provides several benefits over conventional methods for the hardening and tempering stages of heat treatment.

Because induction heating warms conductive materials quickly, efficiently, and without using flames, it has significant benefits for manufacturing operations. A common system is inductive power.